Rich Interfaces for Dependability: Compositional Methods for Dynamic Fault Trees and Arcade models

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Boudali, Hichem and Crouzen, Pepijn and Haverkort, Boudewijn R. and Kuntz, Matthias and Stoelinga, Mariëlle (2008) Rich Interfaces for Dependability: Compositional Methods for Dynamic Fault Trees and Arcade models. In: Second Workshop on Foundations of Interface Theories, FIT 2008, April 10, 2008, Budapest, Hungary (pp. pp. 5-10).

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Abstract:This paper discusses two behavioural interfaces for reliability analysis: dynamic fault trees, which model the system reliability in terms of the reliability of its components and Arcade, which models the system reliability at an architectural level. For both formalisms, the reliability is analyzed by transforming the DFT or Arcade model to a set of input-output Markov Chains. By using compositional aggregation techniques based on weak bisimilarity, significant reductions in the state space can be obtained.
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